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Branwyn's Bric-à-Brac  by Branwyn 3 Review(s)
LarnerReviewed Chapter: 1 on 11/24/2006
A grief they have so little time left together, Finduilas and her sons. And I am glad she is not unhappy about the flowers being pulled up by their roots.

Author Reply: No, she wouldn't be angry about the flowers. Boromir probably did the same thing when he was that age. Many times. :-)

Thanks for writing!

annmarwalkReviewed Chapter: 1 on 4/30/2006
Oh, I had forgotten about this one! Poor Boromir: he's charging on ahead to the "Anger" stage, while Finduilas is trying to keep him for a little bit at "Denial". And innocent Faramir, young and oblivious to it all *tear* A sad scene, but very well written.


Author Reply: And even at this young age, Boromir is certain that, if everyone follows his plan, he can fix everything and their lives will return to normal. Glad you liked this, and thanks for writing!

Raksha The DemonReviewed Chapter: 1 on 4/29/2006
"“They are yellow,” Faramir said, wisely nodding his head. His younger brother often spoke these great truths, and Boromir always struggled not to laugh." -

Those are my favorite lines in this story; but the entire scene is lovely and sad, but sweet. Little Faramir is extremely cute, though well-portrayed and not at all insipid. And poor Boromir is old enough to understand that his mother is ill, but not to understand the seriousness of her condition, or how to deal with it.

Author Reply: Thanks so much for your comments! I struggle when writing children since I haven't spent much time around them in years, so I am glad that you liked how I portrayed the little Mirs. But now I need to write something more cheerful about them!

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